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Truth or fiction? How to tell if someone is lying, through fraud-detection skills
By observing body behaviour and language, you can glean a vast amount of information on the truth of what is being said.
Australia
11 Jul 2019
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Corruption perception and the Australian decline
Transparency International's (TI) Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) chart results show a steady decline for Australia.
Australia
12 Mar 2018
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Detecting deception - for Santa?
These advanced interview techniques help Santa get it right when determining who's been naughty and who's been nice.
Australia
18 Dec 2017
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Senate Committee appearance - foreign bribery update
These recommendations are a big step towards more effectively dealing with foreign bribery and other serious crime.
Australia
23 Aug 2017
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Fraud and corruption: the importance of the first 48 hours
Crimes such as fraud and corruption should be acted on quickly, but in a carefully considered and well planned way
Australia
20 Jul 2017
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New APESB standard orders accountants to speak up
Accountants are encouraged to speak up if they uncover or suspect fraud, corruption, bribery or money laundering.
Australia
6 Jun 2017
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Foreign bribery and corruption: AFP collaborates with global law enforcement partners
With the AFP focus on foreign bribery and corruption, companies should examine their anti-bribery compliance programs.
Australia
6 Jun 2017
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Deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) scheme to combat white-collar crime
The Australian Government is considering a deferred prosecution agreement scheme to help tackle white-collar crime.
Australia
23 May 2017
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Sending cash using mobile messaging apps - a fraud risk?
Mobile peer-to-peer payments could top AUD350 billion worldwide in 2019, and may be yet another tool for fraudsters.
Australia
23 May 2017
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From Russia with Love - Money laundering scheme exposed
This was a complex money laundering scheme involving enormous sums moved from Russia to 732 banks across 96 countries.
Australia
23 May 2017
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Foreign bribery: To ISO or not to ISO
It is still far from clear whether ISO certification would provide protection from regulatory intervention and sanction.
Australia
23 May 2017
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Hot Property: Is Australias property market the money laundering capital of the world?
Along with the UK, the USA and Canada, Australia's real estate market has been identified as a money laundering hotspot.
Australia
9 Apr 2017
13
The Rolls-Royce of investigations into bribery and corruption
This article summarises the UK Rolls-Royce case and then looks at bribery and corruption developments in Australia.
Australia
4 Apr 2017
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Global Perceptions of Corruption
TI has released its Corruption Perceptions Index 2016, which assesses how clean or corrupt a country's public sector is.
Australia
3 Mar 2017
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Top 5 anti-Fraud tips published to mark International Fraud Awareness week, and why the Wells Fargo example should make you go further
ACFE's 5 fraud tips are a great start, but, as the Wells Fargo case demonstrates, enforcing the code of ethics is vital.
Australia
21 Nov 2016
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Cybergeddon – Time to get serious about data before it's too late
We should all be concerned about hackers accessing our sensitive information, whether as individuals or business people.
Australia
7 Sep 2016
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To catch a thief: Investigating fraud
In this article, Julia Patterson summarises how fraudsters are often caught by forensic accountants and investigators.
Australia
7 Sep 2016
18
Sport, business and cheating
How can we be confident that winners have won without cheating?
Australia
4 Sep 2016
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Australia's first criminal cartel case: severe penalties for collusion
This is the first charge against a corporation under the criminal cartel provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act.
Australia
12 Aug 2016
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Photo EXIF Metadata: Apple slip-up a reminder of the power of metadata
The ramifications of Apple's mistake were relatively minor, but examples of the power of metadata may be far less trivial.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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